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|Title:||Liquid Crystal Display Device containing nematic discotic material|
|Other Titles:||Liquid Crystal Display Device|
Nair, Geetha G.
Rao, Doddamane Sreenivasamurthy Shankar
|Citation:||US Patent US2001046568 (A1) 29 November 2001|
|Abstract:||A liquid crystal display device is formed with a pair of transparent substrates, each substrate having on one of its surfaces a coating of a transparent electrically conducting material which serves as an electrode. A nematic discotic material is sandwiched between the coated surfaces of the substrates thereby forming a cell. The nematic discotic material has a negative dielectric anisotropy and acts as the electrically switchable material for the electro-optic functioning of the liquid crystal display device. In addition, the cell resides between a pair of crossed polarizers.|
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